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, a new documentary premieres today about imprisoned journalist mumia abu-jamal. he will join us from inside prison in pennsylvania. all of that and more coming up. this is "democracy now!," democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. in breaking news from turkey, at least two people have been killed in an apparent suicide bombing at the u.s. embassy in the capital of ankara. an official says the bomber set off an explosive device at the entrance to the diplomatic mission. the state department confirmed to cbs news least one security guard is dead. no group has claimed responsibility for the attack so far. president obama spec for defense secretary chuck hagel faced a torrent of questions and criticism over his foreign policy stance thursday during his senate confirmation hearing. he has seen opposition from within his own republican party for failing to adequately back the party line on israel and iran. hegel was attacked during the hearing for earlier comments that were perceived as critical of israel. this is south carolina senator lindsey graham. >> you said the j
of -- worship abu musab al- zarqawi. he is a more popular icon even then osama bin laden. the man who carried out and planned the attack in algeria is a self-described devotee of zarqawi. he sees himself as very much an acolyte of the late zarqawi. al qaeda in iraq has produced an offshoot, the al-musra front. he may be dead, but he is still with us. i would like to ask for your impressions of zarqawi, looking back now. how serious and dangerous a figure he was half a decade ago. why he was at the top of the list of people to go after during the war on iraq. >> it is a pleasure. i am a devotee of mike o'hanlon and a friend for a long time. thanks for being here. it is great to see you, bruce, one of my heroes in terms of intelligence. to be interrogated by the cia -- i will try not to break. [laughter] abu musab al-zarqawi was from a lower middle class background. he became radicalized while in prison. then became associated with al qaeda near the end of the mujahedin. in afghanistan -- mujahedin period in afghanistan. he had been in iraq before, but he appeared on our radar screen at the end
? >> they recognize abu definitely. they wake up, oh, abu, abu. >> reporter: homeland changed everything. all the projects that i've done in the past, i've never gotten so much recognition for my work. >> reporter: the show is on the hunt for a wanted terrorist out for revenge for a u.s. drone strike that killed his son. nazir enlist as prisoner of war to help him carry out terror attacks. >> the show doesn't give you an answer. it raises questions. so you sit there and you ask yourself the question how would i behave if i were in that situation. they say that there is no hero. everybody has flaws. >> reporter: he says he knew he wanted to be an actor growing up as a little boy in iran. after the revolution, he moved to germany where he studied acting while working as a painter and taking on on other odd jobs. he later moved to los angeles and started to get roles in television shows and movies. being an iranian and playing a terrorist has gotten him shaome criticism from iranian americans who say it's the exact image they have been fighting to change. >> first of all, i'm an actor and i'm no
at $1.3510. >> abu dhabi's airways posted a two under% rise in net profits helped by its acquisition of a 30% share in air berlin in late to those 11. the artistic director of the bolshoi ballet will be seeking treatment to continue dealing with the effects of an acid attack causing severe burns to his face. >> an unidentified attacker threw a sulfuric acid in his face last month as he was returning home from work. he said he knows who is behind the attack but he does not want to name names as the probe is ongoing. >> the asset has scarred his face, but he says he feels good except for his eyes. he is not back in the office yet, but he is in constant touch with his colleagues. >> the theater is updated regularly on my condition. we are in daily contact. the work continues as normal. >> he took over as artistic director at the bolshoi in 2011. once a world-class dancer, he now has power over the rise and fall of others i the powerful dance world. his attacker wanted to end his career at the prestigious theater. a spokeswoman denies that there are rivalries. >> we are closer now than b
claims he was black listed and unjust fi fired from lapd after exposing abus within the department. william bratton recently hired as an adviser to the oakland police was chief at the time. >> i zront a rec laigs of his particular case. woe have been fired by me. >> dorner named at least 12 people he plans to till kil and why. some are lapd officers and members of the families. he says revenge killing wills stop when his name is cleared. >> until he believes he's cleansed this,v2v[l is going too on. unless you surprise him had with this will end violently. >> his ex-girlfriend agres. >> who is next? you don't know this, will probably end badly for him. i don't see a peaceful resolve or ending in this situation. just because he's commit sod many heinous acts at this point. >> that woman is dorner split back in 2006 that is the same year his battles began with the lapd. dorner unsuccessfully requested a restraining order against williams after she posted his police badge number on a web site called don't date him girl.com. williams called him twisted and warned other women not to dat
forces and private guards to take control of the plant. mauritanian journalist, mohammed mahmud abu ah-ma'ali, follows the militant group in northern mali last year for two weeks. >> translator: they had their way in the desert. they were free. no one bothered them. the algerian attack got their message across. any country could be the next target at any time. >> reporter: the man from niger who led the attack died when the algerian military stormed the plant. but the whereabouts of the belmokhtar, the top leader, are not known, meaning the threat of more terror attacks in the region looms. sho beppu, nhk world, mauritania. >>> and we could be seeing more evidence of the threat sho referred to coming from cameroon. men abducted seven french tourists in the african country. the president of france says islamist insurgents from neighboring nigeria are responsible. french media say the abductees are from the same family. four children are among them. reports say they were returning from a visit to waza national park. armed men drove up on motorcycles and took them away. >> translator: the
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. then you have abu abbas who is the nominal leader, i call him, of the palestinian authority, who hasn't wanted to sit down with the israelis, say let's sit down at any table, no conditions. let's not leave the room until we have peace. he's afraid if he entered into a peace treaty with israel, that his own people would execute him. they don't want a peace. what they want is a single state where the jews will be submerged and the arabs will impose sharia or whatever else their islamic religion requires. >> but when you look at the obvious oppression of nearly 2 million palestinians on the gaza strip in particular, it's a terribly depressing -- >> sure. >> helpless situation. >> and they could change it. they could change it. >> can only they change it or do the israelis have to also give a little bit? >> of course. >> everything about compromise? >> of course the israelis have to give, and they will. and omar, who was the prime minister, said he was within a hair's breadth of dealing with abu abbas, but it's the fear that the palestinian leadership has that if they enter into a treaty
-like network led by a guy named abu musab al-zarqawi, who had created a al qaeda-related organization. it wasn't technically al qaeda at that point but it was a combination of foreign leadership and then frustrated iraqi sunnis and they were a network and they were not a small organization trying to do one or two things. they were trying to run an insurgency using what we call terrorist tactics. suddenly the force that had been beautifully designed and honed to a fine enfor very precise you about very episodic occasional operations was unprepared and unable to do the wider problem. like having a s.w.a.t. team for your police force for all of philadelphia, but in realty, if you can't cover the whole city and can't do a lot of things, that one s.w.a.t. team can never be decisive. that's where we found ourselves, that began the significant evolution. that's where we really began to change dramatically. >> right. in sew maul wrau -- somalia task force ranger was there before the big battle i wrote about and during that battle they launched six mission. the pace was intelligence gathering, finding
. prisoner or cop killer. if question has been squirreling around mumia abu. jamal since december the 9 1981. he has continue broadcasting radio commentary even with prison noise notice background. if you heard any of his stuff it's fascinating listening. he has never stopped writing in radical voice or professing his evidence. officer faulkner's widow has never stop discussing his guilt. >> there was never a time when africans blindly obediently accepted their fate. africans fought in every way possible against their inhuman fate. >> mumia is imitating the first cry of the first slave that was brought to this country who said no. >> john: funnying me now is one of the producers of the film noel hallahan. >> john: the writings he has put forth, stephen, you seem to be the driving force getting the film made. what made you decide to do this film? >> from a practical standpoint every practical piece done on mumia has always focused on the case. right now in 2013 there was nothing else that came in the table that i wanted to mine that hadn't been done before. what interested me so much, you wak
. and the other thing that happens is the worst thing that happened to us during the whole war in iraq was abu ghraib. because what happened is those pictures that came out we all believed were an aberration, and i think they were. but to many people in the muslim world, they were proof positive that america does that by policy. and we had thousands of young men coming from north africa, saudi arabia and other countries, because they had seen the photos from abu ghraib. essentially, we had to kill most of them, but they were amped up on a vision of something that net preconceptions about the u.s. so if you let terror or if you let torture become a policy, that's what happens. you mobilize your foe. you mathematically increase your foe, and you mobilize them. so any information you get, in my view, is much less valuable than the cost of getting it. >> well, i could ask you a thousand more questions, but i think i'll share the wealth. we are, this is on television, so we have speakers -- we have, actually, amplifiers or whatever. so wait for them to come give them to them before you ask a questi
tracked down two of them, abu hani still in gaza and goran living with his wife in a kabutz in southern israel. >> it was fun. most of the day we spent on the beach in the hut. >> we had the expectation that it would continue like this. we thought if peace works for us, that this is like the microcosm. >> warner: but then came the 2005 israeli pullout from gaza and rocket attacks from gaza into israel. >> when i came, i was a leftist. today i'm right wing, real right wing. >> warner: we found 62-year-old abu mani near his fishing hut. >> we used to be together, and earn money together. we were good to each other. but those wars, israel has always wanted war. >> warner: dow stay in touch with them. >> never. it's finished. they say are you in gaza and no one can come in any more. >> warner: business is-- business as much worse now he says since the israeli navy keeps palestinian boats from reaching the better fishing waters farther out. >> warner: how do you feel about israelis, do you blame all israelis. >> no, there are some who are decent and some who are bad. the government is bad. >
. >> reporter: this man, who calls himself abu mohammed, arrived in december. he didn't want to reveal his face, still deathly afraid of syrian president bashar al assad. >> ( translated ): i came here because bashar al assad was killing us, was killing our women and raping them. they were kidnapping the women and raping them inside their tanks. they destroyed our houses, shops and cars. they didn't leave anything. >> reporter: as harsh as that was, he and others, like maryam al-okla, say life here is also unbearable. >> ( translated ): no one is helping us. look at the water, it flooded yesterday, and my kids, i took them outside since the morning because i don't have diesel to heat the room. what should i say, what should i say, we were dying over there and we're dying here. >> reporter: with her three children, al-okla lives up the road in this modest apartment in majdal anjar, where she pays $100 a month in rent. her daughter-- asked whether she prefers her new life to her old one-- says the broken heater, called a sobia, makes the choice clear. >> ( translated ): there. here the house is s
nearby. we tracked down two of them abu hani still in gaza and goran living with his wife in a kabutz in southern israel. >> it was fun. most of the day we spent on the beach in the hut. >> we had the expectation that it would continue like this. we thought if peace works for us, that this is like the microcosm. >> warner: but then came the 2005 israeli pullout from gaza and rocket attacks from gaza into israel. >> when i came i was a leftist. today i'm right wing real right wing. >> warner: we found 62-year-old abu mani near his fishing hut. >> we used to be together and earn money together. we were good to each other. but those wars israel has always wanted war. >> warner: dow stay in touch with them. >> never. it's finished. they say are you in gaza and no one can come in any more. >> warner: business is-- business as much worse now he says since the israeli navy keeps palestinian boats from reaching the better fishing waters farther out. >> warner: how do you feel about israelis do you blame all israelis. >> no, there are some who are decent and some who are bad. the government is
ham sales people were targeting senior citizens to sell them time shares they couldn't afford. >> abus towards elderly people. i feel them, i loved them. >> patricia williams is a former sales person and claims she was fired for blowing the whistle on fraudulent sales. she isn't the only one. williams and four others filed the lawsuits in san francisco superior court claiming they're forced out for complaining. >> i did report it and was told to keep my mouth shut or you would be fired. >> she satisfies she was shocked to find sales people tricking them to sign contracts for more time shares saying sales people prayed on elderly easily overwhelmed and confuse bid complicated documents and fine print. >> what people come in they didn't know what they're signing and i was told if they can walk in, it didn't matter. >> tom and donna invited to listen to sales seminar. the hotel gave them $100 or a meal. they say they got into trouble during the sales pitches. >> i never understood what was happening. >> here is what the suit claims. in july a sales person told the couple they can qualify
what he expects to be an emotional farewell, then, down to business at hand. the church sex abus scandal will add to the challenges the cardinalsró/i face. >> i would say it's going to be on my mind.hnwv÷ >> turning to weather, yam rilo, texas is buried under snow. second snowiest snowy record in the city. >> conditions are dangerous for the region, emergency personnel and crews are not equipped to handle the snow. right now about 1600 customers are still without power. wind gusts about 50-60 miles per hour are pushing the blankets of snow across the roads creating whiteout conditions like you can see here. authorities shut down roads and flights out of ther'n,Ñ airport. >> you know it's been chilly here but we're so spoiled. >> yes. >> those are mazing images. >> our weather just about at the far other end of the spectrum. sheer look at clear skies now. with a mild to warm start. clear skies as we look at the western sky, readings 55 degrees in san francisco. 60s in oakland. milder readings in other locations and look towards ocean beach, clear skies. it's 66 in santa rosa n
to the current leadership of al-qaeda and that relationship goes back to the '90s. experts to track say that abu ahmed is a player. >> he established training camps in libya and drawing from north africa, egypt and train them in terms of how to operate in mortars and heavy artillery. and it's that type of artillery used in the attack on benghazi. >> ahmed is not expected to directly take part in an attack that left four americans including ambassador chris stevens dead. this is the second time that u.s. interrogators have been denied access to a suspect held by a foreign government and it took lindsey graham for the fbi to get access to al harzi suspected in taking part in the attack. the cia pressed on this issue during the recent confirmation hearings. >> well, we have someone who is a suspect in the potential attack-- in the attack on benghazi, they didn't give us access to him and we don't have any information from him. >> we work with our partners across the boarden when they're able to detain individuals, we work to see if they have the able to ask them questions sometimes indirectly and s
that type of profanity. >> that is what happens when you abu use profanity. >>> oo or santa. >> we have utmost respect for marines. take a look. go ahead, roll it. that's luca twee the me i think she can have a rank of sergeant in the marine corps. she stepped on an ied she lost her leg but saved soldier's lives in the meantime. 8 years old. >> she is a good girl. >> how cute. >> real quick, check it out. it will be a great show once again. >> animation. >> when you smile. >> you can see him glowing in the snow. >> mine is we all love our colleague stewart barney host of barney and company. >> i hate him. >> believe it or not, he got to go to the national cattleman beef association
. >> reporter: yeah, that's what we're hearing. the airport is abus here with this news. american clearly owns the market here. in fact this is the carrier's largest and most busiest hub operating the vast majority of in and outbound flights. amr headquarters just down the road, the largest employer in north texas. the merger concern was that the corporate offices would be moved somewhere else and not kept here. we now know the answer is no to that. they are going to remain here in texas. but what really remains unclear today, what will this mean when you book your next trip? that is what virtually ever passenger told us that they fear with this megamerger. >> the one thing is that prices in certain cities could go up. >> when two large airlines combine, usually your ticket price goes up. i think in the future that's what we'll see. i'm just glad we still get our miles. i don't want to lose those. >> i'm sure prices will go up since there's let competition. >> you heard the woman talking about frequent flyer miles. it gives people more options to fly. now the two programs remain separate. then
will also include paris, rome, cairo, and abu dhabi. on the agenda, the syrian conflict. israeli/palestinian tensions and iran's nuclear program. >> and iran with a nuclear weapon in that region and given all that has happened is simply unacceptable. and we have stated that they will not obtain a nuclear weapon. president obama has been crystal clear about this. >> reporter: meantime iran is getting ready for another round of talks, the nuclear negotiator arrived today to meet with what's being called the p-5 plus one, the u.s., britain, russia, france, and germany. the meeting is scheduled to begin tomorrow. iran insists its nuclear program is for peaceful energy purposes only. any chance of negotiating in syria shot down after a nearly two-year civil war, the syrian regime said it's ready for talks with rebels but opposition members scoffed at the day's offer. they also said they will not participate in the meeting next month in rome with its western and arab allies upset they have not done more to help them. secretary kerry is asking them to recan consider saying their request
happens when you abu use profanity. >>> oo or santa. >> we have utmost respect for marines. take a look. go ahead, roll it. that's luca twee the me i think she can have a rank of sergeant in the marine corps. she stepped on an ied she lost her leg but saved soldier's lives in the meantime. 8 years old. >> she is a good girl. >> how cute. >> real quick, check it out. it will be a great show once again. >> animation. >> when you smile. >> you can see him glowing in the snow. >> mine is we all love our colleague stewart barney host of barney and company. >> i hate him. >> believe it or not, he got to go to the national cattleman beef association his only american accent is john wayne. take a look at hee haw stewart barney in tampa, florida. >> we were thinking of you stewart. >> all right. >> o'reilly tonight with mcdirk and red eye in this studio we will be doing it out of the five. it will be a good show. >> are you going to sanitize it after? >> what do you mean? >> after you were in it with red eye. >> oh, okay. are you saying somehow we are contaminated or disgusting or infectious? >>
florist we picked at random for our abu kei c. the local fluorest called us to say it uses different roses in bouquets that arrangements for teleflora than when it delivers roses ordered delicately by customers. side by side, folks could tell. >> i think c looks like long termed. >> we ordered d from ftd.com. they arrived in a box and we arranged them. it cost us about $77. every passerby commented on how short the long stems were. the website does say in the details of our bouquet that the height would be 14 inches. >> d didn't look too long-stemmed for me. it counts. >> we asked why the long stems came up short. it tells us the length of a long temperature rose can vary, as can the diameter of the rose head. ftd offers a multitude of varieties and sizes with stem lengths all the way up to five feet. >>> letter e surprised people. we picked up le at safeway. one dozen long-stemmed red roses cost us about $17, including the vase. >> those are gorgeous. i would appreciate those. >> so e, $17 from safeway, including the vase. >> this is good. >> valentine's day, there's a knock on the door,
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